intensifying in ukraine. run troops are given the go ahead to use military forceo rests there. grave concern tonight over the situation in ukraine. russian troops are given the go- ahead to use military force to protect its interest in there. >> the situation in ukraine has grown more dire by the hour. the country is acting president has ordered ukraine forces at full readiness. extra security is ordered a nuclear power plants and airports. the united states is condemning russia for
entering ukrainian territory and is calling on russia to withdraw. the united nations held an emergency meeting today. >> pro-western demonstrators storm and administration building in the southern ukraine. in the russian speaking east protesters clash with the newly elected ukrainian government. after russia's president got the greenlight from parliament saturday to proceed with military intervention. russian troops are already in control of parts of the crimea peninsula. they say they're protecting their interests in the reason. in response the ukraine's acting prime prime minister put the armed forces on full combat alert. members of the un security council gathered here for emergency meeting to address the rapidly deteriorating situation. ukraine's un ambassador asked the security council to take action. >> this action by the russian federation constitute an act of aggression against the state of ukraine. >> president obama spoke two vladimir putin for 90 minutes
saturday afternoon. he condemned military action which the u.s. considers to be breach of international law. >> the u.s. is reviewing russia's military moves in ukraine and is trying to figure how to respond. >> when we asked them about the russian military got involved, we got a very strong reaction. >> all around the bay ukrainians, russians and others who rushed to the u.s. after the break-in of the u.s. pray as they watched the events unfold. the troops seized two main airports, parliament and government office buildings. >> my brother is in ukraine, so of course i am so worried. >> in campbell today about 40-
50 citizens of the former soviet union attended church. this woman says the ukrainians had no choice but to rebel. >> so huge corruption in ukraine. it's not possible for people to be happy and have a future. people don't have a future with a corrupted government. >> the moves by the russian military's prompted this spontaneous spontaneous demonstration at the russian consulate. >> the military is not the right way to do it. >> they reject the argument that russian troops entered to protect russians in the ukraine. >> the thought that russia's population need some kind of protection from putin i think is propaganda. since i never heard that anybody who speaks russian being oppressed in ukraine ever.
>> while demonstrators protested, the cameras of the russian consulate were watching, but no one was responding. demonstrators wanted to make the point they are not just ukrainians opposed to what they think rush is going to do. but they are members of other ethnic groups who also opposed. in china 28 people are dead and 100 more injured after a mass knife attack at a train station. a group of ten knife wielding people stormed the station and/their way through the crowd. the injured said most of the attackers we're decked out all in black. police are calling it a organized act of terror. police shot several attackers killing at least five of them. a gruesome discovery in oakland after a fire early this morning. i burned body, but the location is raising questions
about whether it's tied to a deadly home invasion last month. the body was found after 5:00 a.m. this morning next line 134th avenue. that is a couple blocks from international boulevard. investigators said the body is so badly burned they're having difficulty identifying the victim. at this same house last month a woman was shot to death during home invasion. police will not link the two cases. we don't have any information that leads us to believe that it is connected. so right now we are investigating this as a separate incident, unless we get information that they are connected. >> police say it appears the victim died from the fire and are treating as a homicide. a man is clinging to life and the government is on the loose after shooting at up busy restaurant. a man wearing a dark cody walked into this restaurant and fired at patriot several times. there were other people at the restaurant but no one else was hurt. police are trying to figure out if the gunman and think the new
each o other. a rude awakening for oakland family as a stolen suv was sent careening into their house. police say someone took bricks on the gas pedal of the chevy and put it in gear. it slammed into several cars before ending up in the house. people were asleep in the home at the time but not hurt. >> i heard the bang and felt the bang that's what woke me up. i kind of remember hearing something that was waking me up before that. and i thought it was an earthquake it first you know we've been here a little over three years and have never seen anything like this. >> the suv ruptured a gas line and three homes were temporarily evacuated. the fbi unveiled a nationwide billboard campaign this week in hopes of capturing a fugitive from the bay area. they asked drivers to be on the lookout for daniel andreas san diego who is from berkeley. san diego has been on the run for a decade. he is accused of setting off
bombs at two companies in the east bay. the fbi needs the public's help now more than ever. >> the fbi has plastered giant photographs like this one of daniel andri s san diego near the bay bridge, and all across the country. he is the first domestic terrorism fugitive added to the fbi's most wanted terrorist list. fbi spokesperson peter lee says the bureau is casting a wide net to arrest him. >> anyone with eyes out there can help the fbi. and that's why we targeted not only northern california but also major port cities you know miami miami, tampa and orlando. >> seven states have put up these billboards to ramp up the hunt. last december fbi agent went door to door in this neighborhood where san diego has family ties. the fbi has tips san diego has
been spotted in novato, san rafael and santa cruz. he can also be in massachusetts, south america or even europe. which is why the fbi needs the public's help. >> it's been many years since the fbi is asked for the public's health. >> san diego is charged in the bombing of the chiron office building in 2003 as well as a second building at shaklee corporation him present in. >> intended to cause damage to physical property and it would've been easy for i standers to be caught by these bombs. >> agency san diego is a member of extreme animal rights group and targeted the biotech companies for the contentions with an animal testing lab. san diego could also still have several tattoos, a picture of burning hillsides on his chest, and burning and collapsing buildings on his back and sides. but it's this picture of san
diego with glasses, a crew cut, and a hoodie the fbi's banking on. the hope one of the millions of drivers who pass these billboards will lead law enforcement to this fugitive. >> it's another person in our community that needs to be brought to justice. the billboard company clear channel has partnered with the fbi for this campaign. they even put his image at the crossroads of the world in times square. the fbi says 60 billboard campaigns have led to the arrest. the race for mayor of oakland got a little more crowded. evacuations are in place, we will go live to where bursts of rain have triggered mudslides
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oakland. here's a look at some of the top candidates, jean quam running for more election. dan siegel, former oakland school board member, and joe to men, san francisco state university political science professor who finished fourth in the 2010 election. it's billed as northern california's biggest and best rummage sale. the white elephant sale for the oakland museum and you can find everything from clothes, jewelry, books, and tools. the proceeds fund the museum, this is the 56th white elephant sale. people hit hard evacuated from their homes by the latest storm in california are being told to be patient. that's the danger facing at least a dozen homes if not more. we're only in danger of getting a tan.
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another day of rain sent added mud and are really into this backyard in azusa. since yesterday three major mudflows took out the steel fence in his patio and sent a mass down below. >> we are up to anywhere from three mac-ten mac feet of mud in the backyard. >> from the air you can see the extent of the damage they came rolling down this hillside damaged by the recent kobe fire. >> the houses in pretty good shape. there's some moisture on the back yard is. >> that bit of good news is because he says he prepared for the storm. neighbors helped one another by putting up sandbags before the rain fell. dennis aniston has stayed in his house the last two nights. today his neighbor jeff white came over to clear up mind and water from his backyard. >> this is really nice to see neighbors, and help you know
they call when they come by. they're willing to do anything. >> he helps me with my stuff you know it's just the way it ought to be. >> highline is going to need help clearing out the mud once the storm is over. he's already been on the phone with his insurance company, but mud damage isn't in his coverage . >> file and are not going to pay anything. so you turn an end you know they're not anything they just don't. >> because highline isn't counting on his insurance company he's hoping that the federal government will step in to help him clean up that mess once the rain stops. waves were pounding the amtrak trains while and the military was down there to try to shore up the tracks. dave had major problems in
southern california. for us the first time things were going to turn dry was this. down by san martine you can see there was a little rainbow out there, it's just beginning to peek in over the horizon. a sign of fairweather coming for the bay area. the showers finally begin to head inland over southern california. for us there's just a chance of a sprinkle or two. san rafael picked up more than an inch of rain and the big sur coastline more than 2 inches around here we picked up from fifth to about three quarters of an inch. livermore about a quarter of an inch, so was not a huge rainmaker for the bay area. we had robust wins but as you can see on the kpix5 hi deb doppler it's pretty much dried up. right now concorde has 63
degrees, it's pretty uniform number for all of the bay areas. the win came out of the east and it was very mild today once the rain left. it still windy and the winds are out of the east, southeast at 13 miles an hour about the same as vallejo. and cfo, north northeasterly winds at three. santa rosa east south easterly 15, 8:00 p.m. tonight we will look at readings mostly in the low 50s with the potential for fog forming at the shoreline. mostly cloudy skies elsewhere. could see patchy fog toward sunrise. tomorrow afternoon numbers recover to mid-60s and inland a little bit cooler along the coastline that low pressure will press in over santa barbara and a line of thundershowers down around san diego county. we're still looking at numbers around one third-40% of average for the drought. all of that rain fell down south
you know we wanted to follow-up north it didn't. mostly dry for monday, a little bit of a chance coming in on wednesday. if you're heading out of sfo mostly cloudy with winds out of the west. for los angeles, 66 degrees should do it. across the country boys a cold in minneapolis just 4 degrees tomorrow but 82 in san antonio. we will look it makes 60s in the bay area but a slight chance of sprinkles. partly cloudy monday, tuesday, wednesday and then after that little chance on wednesday we will dried out the rest of the week. that's the weather story. for the sports story we have just the guy. arizona is not the only thing i've got in this sportscast. basketball is really heating up, what happened in the desert? ,,
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sun devils start to pull away. hello and good night, they blow out the bears 78-60. there is now 9 and 7 in the conference. 18 and 11 overall. baseball, are you in the mood for cactus league activity? spotlight on sunny great. two strikeouts against the rangers. his first spring start. one thing the a's want to improve on, defense. because of spring training the game ended in a 2-2 tae. three words giants fans don't want to hear, no baseball today. it doesn't mean we can't have fun,.
>> the three guys with the best hair are in the same hitting group. >> yeah that's the do group. >> you guys don't talk about product or anything like that, it's just happenstance. >> not happenstance. >> not yet. we do complement each other little bit. >> i did notice that. i will have to pay more attention. yeah i think they're doing something in there. >> may be a head and shoulders commercial in your future. >> i didn't use it. >> yeah can be all baseball down there. they're all chasing rory mcelroy, but tiger woods is working now.
best shot of the year. look at this at 11, five under 65 they've got him right back in it he 7 strokes off. two strokes back of mcelroy who was one under today, 12 under for the tournament and he takes that shot and the two-stroke lead into tomorrow's final round round. new york islanders this afternoon against new jersey. 6-1 the devils when it 6-1 over the islanders. we will leave you with this one.
big shot in a money game. high school playoffs. sacred heart at half moon bay last night tied in the final second. sacred heart junior davis parsons i 75-foot even at the buzzer to win it for the irish. forty-nine-46 victory to advance them into the ccs playoffs. one of the things on my bucket list to make a shot like that. we aired the shots all of the time it's like they happen at an alarming pace now. looks like that will do it for us at 5:30 p.m. ,,
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>> tonight, combat alert, ukraine pushes back after russia send troops into the country, while the u.n. and u.s. work the diplomatic channels. elizabeth palmer in ukraine, and margaret brennan in washington have the latest. they wanted rain in california, but how much is too much? john blackstone on the continuing threat of mid-slides. big changes for frequent flyers as delta decides to reward passengers for dollars spent, rather than miles flown. jeff pegues is tracking the reaction. and backcountry snow boarding. sharyn alfonsi has the remarkable pictures of an adventurer who dares to go where others have note. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.